Are you looking for a printable build a monster game for Halloween? This not so spooky Halloween printable is a great Fall activity to try at your next Halloween party this Fall.
Keep reading to grab the free link and see the steps on how to make this build a monster printable game for your kids.
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Printable build a monster activity
This low prep build a monster activity would be so fun to play at a classroom Halloween party or before going Trick or Treating. It’s a not so spooky Halloween craft to help get you through the last days of October before the Fall break too.
Grab the free template with the link below and build your fine motor skills as you learn to count this Halloween.
Monster printable Supplies
If you’re wanting to make my Frankenstein craft this Fall, you’ll need to gather the following supplies:
Monster activities for Halloween
Once you’ve gathered all the supplies, you’re ready to play the printable monster activity.
Step 1: Print the free Halloween template
Grab the free Halloween template below for a low prep print and go Halloween activity for kids.
Step Two: Cut out the Number cards
This build a monster printable is the perfect Fall activity for preschoolers because the prep can easily be completed all by your students.
Simply cut out the number cards, which are a great size and shape for little hands to cut all on their own.
Step Three: Laminate the monster activity
I always suggest laminating activities that kids will be touching, especially if they will be writing on them. This will allow the activity to be reused year after year, while still looking in new condition.
Step four: Choose, build, and write
When you’re done, choose a card, identify the number on it, and add that many “teeth” to your monster printable. Your kids will love learning to count as they build their very own monster this Halloween.
Then write the number on the line provided in your best handwriting.
More Printable Halloween paper Crafts
I hope you loved my free Frankenstein hat craft. Check out more Halloween paper crafts for kids below.
Halloween activities for preschoolers
If you loved my Halloween craft ideas, I know you will really enjoy my hands on Halloween printables, perfect for preschool and kindergarten students. I have tons of Halloween printables to use this October as you teach all about pumpkins, bats, and spiders.
I hope you’re as excited about all these hands on learning Halloween activities and Halloween printables for preschoolers as I am.
What activities are you most excited to share with your preschoolers this October? Tell me all about it in the comments.